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energies. >> i have had quite a few in the question is has there been a change over the time and not? i have time to look far do a lot of encouragement. a little after 15 years ago. to say where and who in and say i'm not going to bite you. and please and so forth. i see the extent to which requires an effort is improved last. but it still does require something of an effort. less than it did, but consciousnesses import. so i think it could encourage people at these levels then you'll see you're not doing anybody a favor. the effort pays off. it's worthwhile. >> that's the issue we discussed about applying the quote. we know right now it applies as an advisory situation. the different in the past change on that whole issue of applying the judicial comment? >> i've never had a problem with it because in my own professional career, i'm absolutely confident in the career in the manner in which we consider those absolute binding. they can and be made by members of the relevant judicial committee urges district judges. we think it's potentially difficult for circuit judges to make rules that
relying on energy from the cold. should be speak about that differently? >> it goes something like this. if by 2017 can achieve independence, why in the world would continued to be concerned about the energy that flows out of the gold? my answer is i didn't go to the polls in 1991 and stayed there for the next 20 years. that's not why i went. that's not what my children went. we went there because we thought the region of the world where we have not except for a few bilateral relationships invested much bandwidth, commitment and we went there in 91 because of the aggression of saddam hussein, but we stayed there because he came to the realization the future is tied to our future and not through this thing called oreo, but rather as a said earlier, the shared interest in a common future where people could build a better life and what types could be managed collaboratively. not by the united states uniquely, but the relationships we build on congress. when i hear in 2017 oil more you speak for us. that's great. i hope we achieve energy independence. from a military perspective and i can o
our schools and our roads and bridges in clean energy and manufacturing industries. this budget puts jobs and the economy first and foremost. but it also builds on what work has been done to tackle deficit and debt responsibly. president obama established the national commission on fiscal responsibility and, commonly referred to as simpson-bowles. this recommends $4 trillion in deficit reduction over 10 years from a balanced domination of spending cuts and revenue. the report points out that this deficit reduction is more than any in recent history. many economists across the political spectrum agree that $4 trillion over 10 years is a reasonable and responsible goal. since that time, congress and the administration have worked together to reduce the deficit by $2.4 trillion. with $1.8 billion coming from spending cuts and 600 billion from allowing tax rates rise on the wealthiest americans. the senate budget access the rest of the way the 4 trillion-dollar goal and beyond. it builds on the $2.4 trillion deficit reduction marty donovan and positional 1.85 trillion in new deficit redu
will be the federal efforts. >> can i just add something? there is so much negative energy for opponents of the aca. one of the things we need is to talk about benefits we are talking to your neighbors because not everybody knows it's a good thing and some people think they should wait. we want people to sign up right away and talking to community-based organizations there are a lot of federal organizations but there will not be a perfect plan handed to you on a silver platter. this is an opportunity for community. he needs to do what you can in her own community and seek out the resources but don't wait until it comes to you. you need to go do it. >> we represent over 3000 community-based organizations and one of the things we are trying to do is pass a law putting out a to hhs. it started than well articulated that the cbs have additional role in helping the people that they serve get access to these expanded programs but we need to put the tools at their fingertips. so the council sees its playing a transitional role and putting it in at the fingertips of the people of the at the local level but
for army, navy and air force alternative energy research initiatives. this type of research has developed such shining examples as the purchase of 450,000 gallons of alternative fuels for $12 million over $26 million per gallon. $18 million for industrial preparedness. $16 million for parkinson's disease research on defense. it's not out of health and human services. $16 million for neurofibromatosis research. $16 million for hava's research, which is taken out of defense. i million dollars for unspecified radar research. $567 million for adding requested adequate research. $27 million for research initiatives. 45 -- the list goes on and on and we haven't finished. how in the world -- how in the world do you have a provision for an incentive program that directs the department of defense to overpay on contracts by an additional 5% if the contractor is a native hawaiian owned company. how in the world is this justified in these times of sequestration? i note the presence of hours later on the floor and i want to assure the leader with all respect that this is a 587 page bill of over a tril
committee and has brought a great energy and bipartisan spirit to her work together and we just want to welcome him as their new ranking member here. senator johnson is a new are here, unlike senator mccain has been a member. what about him him in april 2012, americans were confronted with a story of wall street excess in the derivative disaster now know as jpmorgan chase will trade. the largest u.s. banks are deep and derivatives, which are complex instrument, which derive value from other asset. the derivatives behind the jpmorgan will trace the part of a so-called synthetic credit portfolio sometimes called an sep that essentially made out sites that on whether particular financial instruments or entities for credit worthy of a default or specified time periods. the best or maybe cheaters in the london office of the u.s. banking giant jpmorgan chase. their trades, meaning their beds grew so large that they wrote the $27 trillion credit derivatives market, single-handedly affecting global prices and finally attract a media storm in finding out who was behind them. that's when the m
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